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Military Veterans Use Their Benefits to Get a CDL


Military veterans have an excellent opportunity to use their GI Bill® benefits to get a Class A Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) at one of our network schools that accept the GI Bill®.

As a military veteran looking to get a CDL and start a career as a truck driver, you want a school that meets the highest standards. Training standards are important to trucking companies and are an important factor to consider.

When TMC driver Chris Bacon was looking to use his military benefits to get a CDL, he knew he wanted to attend the best school. “When I did research on Driver Resource center everything I read said they were essentially the Harvard of truck driving schools and they produce the best quality drivers out on the market,” says Chris.

Chris worked with our Career Specialists to utilize his post 9/11 GI Bill® benefits for CDL training tuition. He took advantage of TMC’s apprenticeship program to receive expanded benefits through the Military Apprenticeship Program. With this program, Chris was eligible to earn a monthly educational benefit check along with his weekly paycheck. For some veterans, this could be as much as $1,400 additional each month.

Watch to learn more on why Chris Bacon decided to become a truck driver and use his military benefits to get a CDL.

Talk to a Career Specialists to learn more about how military veterans can use their benefits to get a CDL. We’ve trained thousands of military veterans like Chris Bacon. They have gone on to have successful CDL truck driving careers. Call now 800-391-2754 or submit an interest for below and a specialist will contact you.

*GI Bill® is a registered trademark of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). More information about education benefits offered by VA is available at the official U.S. government website at


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